Easy to Learn Korean 919 – Spare Time.

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Korea’s original morning coffee – egg yolk, pine nuts, sesame oil, and walnuts.

The popular “energy drink” of the 60’s and 70’s has returned to Seoul cafes. Although it’s called morning coffee it has little to do with the bean drink that we all know and love. Before modern coffee shops ruled Korea, people frequented places called dabang. Although the word dabang means “tea or coffee house”, they are different than Starbucks or Dunkin Donuts. Dabang are places that people could enjoy hot beverages while chatting with a hostess (most dabang now have older staff and many have closed). These coffee shops also provided a coffee delivery service by motorbike. A pretty girl would deliver the coffee to businesses or homes. Continue reading

The changing Korean coffee market

CoffeeKorean consumers are increasingly looking for premium coffee. Tastes are changing and people are more willing to pay extra for a fresher better tasting cup of coffee. Continue reading

Easy to Learn Korean 818 – Inviting people to your home

818-Inviting People to Your Home

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Easy to Learn Korean 5,6,731-734 – Numbers and Counting

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Numbers come in two forms: Korean and Sino-Korean numbers. Koreans use many special Counting words with them.

Here’s the complete Numbers and Counting sets!

5- Numbers 16-Numbers 2

731-Counting Things 1732-Counting Things 2

733-Counting Things 3734-Counting 4

735- Counting Things 5